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BIL UnConference Vancouver: Video!

March 20, 2014

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Featuring Amanda Palmer and BIL UnConference founder Michael Cummings, onstage at the Vogue last night! Hopefully the video will work. I hate Facebook video, but what can you do? What can you do? Register, volunteer, and participate in BIL this weekend. As an Unconference, it is what we make it. I for one plan to […]

Writing Effective Spam

February 24, 2011

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Normally, we’re all anti-spam around these parts, and recommend that you be as well. There’s little I hate in the world more than a TweetDeck full of auto-DMs, particularly from people who should know better. Social media “gurus” who autoDM should, in my opinion, have their Jesus Phones taken away and should only be allowed […]

The evolution of multimedia

February 25, 2010

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Yeah, and another thing…remember when they used to tell you that someday computers would be as easy to use as telephones? Well, it’s true. It’s happened. Because telephones are now as bloody complicated as computers.

The Living Society Art Show and Flashmob: Call for Artists and Participants

January 26, 2010

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Stole this off Facebook, where it was passed to me by my old friend Darryl Hopkins, one of the most talented artists I have ever had the pleasure of meeting (and meeting and working with Darryl are true pleasures, trust me, and not just because he’s good-looking). The Deets: On Saturday January 30th we are […]

Buskers Wanted!

January 18, 2010

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Image via Wikipedia Got this from the SEARCHgrads email put out by the Alliance for Arts and Culture: I Heart VAN ART is a new organization started by artists who are dedicated to upholding the value of Art and Culture in Vancouver. MADE IN VANCOUVER FESTIVAL is… – Held in the busiest area in Downtown […]

Christmas Caroling on the Downtown Eastside: an invitation

December 2, 2009

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Got this one off Twitter, which is very useful for Vancouver events, even if you’re (like me) too lazy to check the Tweetups website. Hell, a website to announce tweetups is just WRONG ON SO MANY LEVELS! Linwood House Ministries Welcomes you to an Evening of Christmas Caroling December 16th 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm […]

R U Fucking Kidding Me? A new theme for a new age of romance

August 17, 2009

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Of all the songs in all the world, I’d have to say that this song has the best odds of being posted to the most Facebook pages. Romance has truly entered a new era, one where pickups are done via text and dumpings by a change in one’s Facebook status (“what does he mean he’s […]

Olio Festival free show tonight!

August 13, 2009

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Take your umbrellas, my friends! THURSDAY AUGUST 13TH 2009, that’s TONIGHT! CHILL WINSTON presents the OLIO FESTIVAL ACCORD The Olio Festival Accord is the Olio Festivals free all ages outdoor kick off party for the 1st nite of Olio Festival in historic Gastown! featuring bands ANALOG BELL SERVICE http://www.myspace.com/analogbellservice SUNWIZARD http://www.myspace.com/thesunwizard MAKEOUT VIDEOTAPE http://www.myspace.com/makeoutvideotape HAROLD […]

The Facebook Song

June 10, 2009

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Those of you who are regular readers will be aware of our fondness for certain denizens of YouTube, among them Momo, Brian Atene, and our old pals, the Scottish Falsetto Sock Puppet Theatre. They’ve finally made the leap from Myspace into Facebook (hey, welcome to the 21st Century, boys!) and have immortalized the occasion in […]

W2 information night

May 30, 2009

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Interested in W2 and the community? Want to get involved and make a positive and lasting change? Come to the W2 info night, held on Thursday, June 4th at 7PM. This is an free and informal event open to everyone. Food and drinks will be served. Learn about upcoming programming, including the Youth Media Arts […]

Free Inter-Cultural Orchestra Event

May 29, 2009

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Vancouver Inter-Cultural Orchestra Open Rehearsal / Workshop June 1 and 8, 20096:00 to 10:00 pmCambrian Hall, 215 East 17th Ave. The VICO is pleased to invite interested composers and music lovers to audit two upcoming workshop sessions, in which the 18-piece intercultural orchestra will be exploring some of the artistic challenges associated with creating and […]